Author Archives: Frank Quinn

About Frank Quinn

Over the past twenty years, Frank Quinn has contributed significantly on standardizing, interconnecting and institutionalizing care delivery through health IT, helping eliminate barriers to accessibility, quality and adoption. EMR, practice management, eRx, patient portal, medical billing, compliance, privacy and security are his areas of expertise. For more information, please contact Frank at

Stage 2 Meaningful Use ONC Rule: What it means for EPs?

Implementing Meaningful Use Stage 2 is the new talking point in healthcare industry these days. Physicians, healthcare centers, hospitals, providers and vendors are all gearing themselves up for Meaningful Use Stage 2 attestation. While some have met the new requirements, … Continue reading

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The Road to Meaningful Use – Certified EMR

With the enduring efforts of promoting interoperability by the federal government and health IT vendors alike, we have observed a surge in the adoption of certified EMR across the nation. For some providers, the prime reason for adoption is avoiding … Continue reading

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Patient Portals – A Patient’s Perspective

Patient portal is a web based application which allows patients to communicate and interact with their physicians and healthcare providers. Due to the benefits of this technology, it’s gaining more popularity amongst patients nationwide by the day. Numerous redundancies in … Continue reading

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Health Information Exchange – Where Are We Headed

No doubt the inclusion of information technology in the healthcare industry brought the game changing Electronic Medical Records (EMR) technology, along with secure sharing and exchange of health information across various platforms, more commonly known as health information exchange (HIE). … Continue reading

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Patient Portal – Helping Patients Along the Way

Recently, during a discussion with my colleague I found out some impressive facts about patient portals. Over the last few years, patient portals have been completely transformed; no longer are they merely considered to be simplistic communication tools that allow … Continue reading

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